The fastest and most affordable way to get your Delaware real estate salesperson license! Here you'll learn:
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Delaware requires salesperson applicants to be at least 18 years of age and have no criminal conviction records related to an ability to practice real estate.
If you meet this qualification, it takes four steps to earn your Delaware real estate salesperson license.
Step 1: Take the 99-hour salesperson pre-license course
Begin with a 99-hour salesperson pre-license course administered by a state-approved education provider.
The salesperson course topic and hour break downs are 36 hours in real estate sales, 33 hours in real estate law, 24 hours in real estate mathematics, with three hours each for an orientation and review.
Each major topic area (real estate sales, law, and mathematics) ends with an examination. You must pass each exam with a minimum score of 70%.
Step 2: Schedule the state exam
PearsonVUE administers the state licensing exam for Delaware. The fastest and easiest way to schedule an exam appointment is online at http://www.pearsonvue.com/de/realestate. For alternative scheduling, call (800) 274-2604. You’ll need your certificate of pre-licensing education to register.
The examination fee is $85 paid directly to PearsonVUE by credit card, debit card, voucher, or electronic check. All exam fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Refer to the Candidate Information Bulletin or search online for test centers closest to you.
Step 3: Pass the state licensing exam
On test day, bring two forms of valid signature identification to the test center. The primary ID must be issued by the government and have your photo. An example would be a state driver’s license, US passport, or military ID card.
Your Delaware salesperson licensing exam has:
See the content outlines for what is in each section of the exam.
PearsonVUE uses a scaled score from 0 to 100 to determine passing. A passing scaled score is 70 and above. Passing candidates will receive information on applying for a license. Failing candidates receive diagnostic information and details on retaking the exam. You have up to three attempts in one year to pass both sections of the exam.
Step 4: Apply for your Delaware salesperson license
Delaware’s Department of Professional Licensing only accepts online applications. First create a DELPROS account.
The DELPROS system will save an incomplete application for six months. After that, you’ll need to start the application process again.
For your online application, you’ll need to upload:
Your initial salesperson application fee is $131, paid online with a credit or debit card.
Once your application is approved, congratulations! You are qualified to practice real estate as a Delaware salesperson.
The RealEstateU 99-Hour Delaware Real Estate Salesperson’s Course works in the following way:
You can purchase a PDF version of the course textbook for only $29!
The course textbook contains all the content covered in the course, including all the audio transcripts, infographics, and supporting documents.
Please note that the PDF textbook is sold separately and not included in the course tuition. The textbook is designed to supplement the online course and not replace it.
This allows you to review the course content offline. The course textbook also enables you to print out individual lessons as needed.
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I did take a live test prep class at a local real estate school just to cover all bases. I reviewed all the quizzes from all the chapters to prepare. My advice would be to take your time when you test. I was so nervous but I took my time because I knew the material I just had to take my time!
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Frank Contreras - Real Estate Agent in Texas - Century 21 APD Associates, El Paso, TX
I (still am) a licensed auto insurance claims adjuster for a major insurance company. I held that position for 7.5 years. My family dynamic was changing and myself or my husband needed to be home more for our blended family of 5 children.
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I loved the ease of the course. I was able to navigate easily and picked up where I left off each day. If I had any questions I received a response back very quickly from the RealEstateU support team. I was able to study and retain information easily. The workbook and the glossary were easy to follow and allowed me to print them to take with me in the event that I was not able to use my laptop. I loved that the course was accessible from a cell phone as well. We had a planned trip across the United States and I was able to study on my cell phone as we travelled 9 states. I have already recommended the course to a few of my friends!
Candice Jackson Tate - Real Estate Agent in Texas - LIV Realty in Frisco, TX
Thank you so much for your help over the last few weeks. I rushed to get through the course because I am so excited to start working in the field as a NYS realtor. I thought this would have a negative impact on me toward the end when I was ready to test, but I feel I retained a lot of the info and am happy with the results.
Melissa Colletti - Real Estate Salesperson New York - Keller Williams Realty Lancaster, NY
A real estate agent’s earning potential is defined by their work and schedule. The more transactions you find and close, the more money you will make!
Stop working at a 9-5 desk job. Your employing broker is not allowed to set your working hours or location! Make a schedule that makes sense for you.
You decide how much time to devote to real estate. Slowly move into a full-time agent career or use your license to earn side income by working part-time.
Holding a real estate license allows you to sell or lease all types of real estate throughout Delaware.
All students have 12 months from the time of purchase to complete the RealEstateU 99-hour Delaware Real Estate Salesperson Course (including the course exams).
All courses are eligible for a refund within 30 days of purchase if the student has not completed more than 50% of the course. All refunds issued are subjected to a $20 admin charge. Please read our Terms and Conditions for more details.